A No. 1 subway train derailed on the elevated tracks in Harlem Tuesday night, leaving passengers stranded for over an hour and shutting down much of the line for most of the night.
The two accidents have left at least four of the five in critical condition.
Debris from an unknown source smashed a car windshield on the Cross Bronx Expressway on Monday afternoon.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Wednesday afternoon in a warehouse in North Arlington, N.J.
The tragedies underground continue. One man was killed and another was injured Tuesday night when they were involved in accidents involving separate trains inside an East Harlem train station.
A car spun out of control and took down a light pole before becoming buried under a falling sidewalk scaffold in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Monday afternoon.
Rescue crews late Tuesday afternoon were trying to extricate a driver from a sport-utility vehicle, after she lost control and went into the trees on the shoulder of westbound Interstate 78 in New Jersey.
About 9,500 customers in Edison and Metuchen were without power as a result of the explosion and fire. Firefighters eventually got the blaze under control and as of 10:30 p.m., all power had been restored.
The collision forced authorities to shut down a stretch of the highway and hampered drivers from getting to the Brooklyn-Battery and Holland tunnels.
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